One of the best among Victor’s early artworks.
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This work is a re-make of the famous painting by Vasily Vereshagin named “Apotheosis of War”. This painting was a big hit at the art contest “Re-Make in Art” in Rostov on Don in June 2009. The original title – “Apotheosis of War between Archaeology and the Cultural Layer.”
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This painting brings the Russian Orthodox motif of an Easter celebration. A caravan of peasants carries enormous boiled eggs to be dyed, according to the Russian tradition.
On the left side, a mysterious face is engraved on the cliff wall. The interpretation of its meaning is left to the observer.
The scene is saturated with the luminescent colors of blue sky, and what looks like a bright window on the wall. A lonely windmill, on the edge of the hillside, creates perfect balance in the middle of the composition.